On land, on water, for real! The museum tells the Swedish Navy's exciting history. Karlskrona's most visited attraction! Boats, figureheads, models, sub-marines, all of which tell of the Swedish Navy's exciting story from empire to today.
The Submarine Hall - Two submarines in a spectacular building. Unfortunately the Naval Museum is closed for visitors until further notice.
The cycling in Karlskrona is amazing! Head off on unknown roads using GPS, experience The Garden of Sweden or take your bike on an archipelago boat and visit some of our hundreds of islands.
Drop anchor in Karlskrona, the city that was founded in 1680, when Karl XI decided to establish the country's new naval base here.
More than 300 years later the Naval base is still here in Karlskrona - the city where old meets new and tradition meets innovation. In 1998, Karlskrona gained World Heritage Status by UNESCO.
The museum is centrally located in Karlskrona at Fisktorget square, where the archipelago boats dock. The museum shows exhibitions of the county and also displays temporary exhibits of various kinds. There is also the a fun playground, with a archipelago theme, museum shop and a beautiful baroque garden. Due to Covid-19 the museum is closed for now.
Have you always dreamed of catching that monster pike, or are you simply attracted by the peace and quiet as you cast your line in the first light of dawn? Karlskrona offers you both options!
Go fishing on your own or with a guide in one of Sweden's best fishing waters! Get help from our skilled operators, which offers many good and exciting packages.
Fun for Kids Karlskrona is a local network and the Tourist Office, which offers families experiences and special offers. It makes it easy to plan your visit to Karlskrona and easy once you get here. With the benefit card and map, you can head out in search of new and memorable experiences. You will need at least a week or several visits to Karlskrona, to be able to have time for all the fun!